This is one of the few, geniune 'anything can happen in WWE' moments we've seen in a while, so I'm glad they saved it for live TV.
Over 1400 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Well you're in your little room and you're working on something good but if it's really good you're gonna need a bigger room and when you're in the bigger room you might not know what to do you might have to think of how you got started in your little room da da da
Sorry, I have to throw this in, gimmick ring or not gimmicked ring.
Hey, it's actaually scientifically possible. If you know anything about the gravty law and motion. Show wieght falling from that short hieght made him probably wieght around three times or more his own body wieght. So, all I can say it WOW! Almost way to believeable and UNBELIEVEABLE!
Hey look! My wiener is bigger than yours!
Banned Once! The independant thought alarm went off, knew to much about b*tching.
I've got one on Kazaa right now. It's a VCD that 48 megs or so, but it's better quality (plus I kept the replays in it too).
I guess "WWE Brock Lesnar Big Show Break Ring" would be what to search for.
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Originally posted by Matt TrackerI'm a little surprised they didn't save the broken ring for a PPV. Then again, is this SmackDown's way of telling the RAW crew "top this"?
If this ending was saved for a PPV, people would be complaining that they got gipped (sp?) out of a decent ending from a match, similar to the HHH/Stone Cold ending where Austin dropped Trips from a forklift in a car....
While it was a little cheezy, I loved the way Cole and Tazz sold it. The "HOLY SH*T! HOLY SH*T!" chants from the crowd were priceless. Totally priceless
Very sad. Second wrestler to pass away in a couple of days after Miguel Perez Sr. Alfred, one of the rare British wrestlers who made it from World Of Sport on Saturday afternoons in the 70s and 80s to the WWF big time.